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145 - IMG2429689
Both rafters and fascia are rotted.
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150 - IMG_9D52076E-D0AD-668C-73C4-02B9644DB812
Soffit and fascia are rotted and falling off behind the eavestrough.
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153 - IMG_713FAFB1-4C7D-4C1F-5353-14F046DAED14
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159 - IMG2429809
Soffit and fascia are bowing.
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31 - IMG2497681
Aluminum removed.
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32 - IMG2497687
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33 - IMG2497888
Sistered rotten rafters with 2x6 wood.
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34 - IMG2497896
Replacing wood fascia board.
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35 - IMG2497942
Rafter tied into fascia board.
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36 - IMG2498842
Soffit installed.
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37 - IMG2498963
Installing fascia
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38 - IMG2499209
Repaired roof deck.
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39 - IMG2499452
Installing trough back on.
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40 - IMG2499466
Fixed animal damage area blocked off with metal.

The Challenge

The Client contacted Mr. Roof Repair because their eavestrough at the front of the home were bowing and coming away from the home. Upon inspection, the Roofing Specialist (RS) Team confirmed that the wood was rotten throughout the fascia wood and rafters causing the eaves, soffit and fascia to bow out. This repair could not be done on site at the time so a quote was provided.

The Solution

Upon acceptance of the quote, we returned and carefully removed the eavestrough from the front upper roof as it was being reused. Then we removed the existing soffit, fascia wood and fascia trim which was disposed of. The RS Team installed new 2×6’s, sistering them to the existing rafters that were rotten. New fascia wood, soffit panels and fascia trim were all installed before re-installing the eavestrough back into place using new brackets.

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